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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 216 pages of information about The Haskalah Movement in Russia.

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INDEX

Abele, Abraham, Talmudist, 164, 199.

Abi’ezer, by Guenzburg, 220.

Abraham, son of Elijah Gaon, 119.

Abramovich, Andrey, statesman, 22.

Abramovitsch, Solomon Jacob, novelist, 203.

Adelsohn, Wolf, “the Hebrew Diogenes,” 200.

Aguilar, Grace, on Russo-Jewish misery, 154.

Ahiasaf Society, 296-297.

Aleksey (Abraham), proselyte-priest, 25.

Alexander I, during his period of tolerance, 111-113;
  during his period of intolerance, 127-138, 140, 144, 163, 170, 192, 201,
  249, 251, 253.

Alexander II, referred to, 11, 79, 261;
  reign of reforms, 222-226;
  favorable attitude towards Jews, 224-225, 229-231;
  the Narodniki, 236;
  change of policy, 248-255;
  plotted against and assassinated, 255-258.

Alexander III, referred to, 80, 255;
  restrictions, 268-270;
  pogroms, 269;
  “May Laws,” 270-273;
  Jews excluded from schools by, 273-275.

Alexander Jagellon and the Jews, 21.

Allgemeine juedische Arbeiterbund, Der, in Littauen, Polen, und Russland, 293.

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